About Us

Executive Summits is a data sciences tech company headquartered in Atlanta. We are an industry disruptor that has created a platform of new technologies which allows us to be the most efficient operator within the business events industry. We have Private Equity backing to acquire other business events companies which immediately improves their margins by use of our platform. This enables existing owners to take chips off the table while having the option of staying involved at a senior level with the enhanced margins our data sciences tech disruption brings for a much greater overall upside, or they may choose to fully exit with all chips off the table. We welcome discussions and have the ability to quickly test our disruptive technologies across a candidate company's events to confirm the revenue and cost improvements and then work toward an LOI and structure tailored to the current owners. We are also open to creative partnerships, licensing, buying established events, or reverse M&A opportunities where they make sense. For Corporate Development matters please contact Michael Price at 770-998-9999.

We also started and operate over 96 conferences yearly which use our technology to drive revenue and reduce costs. Questions and customer service regarding these events may be found below.

Billing/Charge Questions.

If you don't recognize a charge, it is often a Womens Leadership Summit (see the In-Person events tab above) or an executive summit dues autorenewal (see the Web Events tab above). You can nearly always find the receipt or advance notice of renewal by searching for keyword "summit" in your spam folder where it often goes due to all the numbers and links. If you have any questions or you cannot locate the receipt in your email please contact us below:

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Email Customer Service.

Service@ExecSummits.com

Call Us.

1-404-220-8700 (Note: often moderating events so best to Chat or Email)




Testimonials.


"It's very valuable to go outside your own industry to look at the skills and value-added processes from other areas, to see what people in other industries are doing, and how they're doing it, to apply to your own industry. If people just pick their heads up and look into other companies, there's a lot that you can adopt."
- Dennis Deering, V.P. Global Service Operations Planning & Support, Diebold, Inc.

"Talking to peers, kibbutzing and sharing best practices -- it's very powerful. Even at my level of experience, I still learn new things when I go to these."
- Michael Frankel, Senior VP, Business Development and M&A, LexisNexis Group

"Networking inside the company and outside the company is equally important. We've hired a lot of great talent because of networking."
- Ed Smith, Senior VP & CIO of U.S. Consumer Information Solutions, Equifax

"When you can get a glimpse of what is going on in the market, even a tiny glimmer of what can happen, you'll be able to jump on a new trend and get ahead of your competition."
- Kerry Desberg, Global Communications Manager, Owens Corning

"Networking is a lifeline to being successful and to helping your group achieve your goals. You have to have a fresh perspective."
- Eric Thomas, Director of Global Sourcing & Procurement at Novell

"I think networking outside your industry is critical to keep the flow of new ideas coming into your mind, and your organization."
- Jim McComb, Senior Vice President of Finance, Bank of America

"Networking is extremely valuable. You have to approach your career as a learning opportunity and networking in the first place has allowed me to learn."
- Herman Nell, Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Petco

"The network of relationships between people, whether the old fashioned kind or via new modern social networks, is absolutely critical to operate with speed across geographies and business silos."
- Polly Pearson, VP of Employment Brand & Strategy, EMC Corporation

"I find it very invigorating to learn from others and adapt ideas from others, rather than always assuming our way is the best way. Sometimes others have better ideas than we do."
- Larry Quinlan, CIO, Deloitte

"It's amazing, how giving companies are to share their best practices. It's an awesome way to move forward; it's a diversity of experience, a diversity of knowledge, you can tap into."
- Ron Reighter, Vice President of Global Trade Solutions, Sun Trust Bank

"Networking is very valuable in not only finding and bringing in the right people for your organization, but in keeping connected with others. You can exchange ideas and learn from other people's experiences."
- Dov Shenkman, SVP of Inventory Management, OfficeMax

"Networking helps me review business issues with peers. And of course, by networking, I am able to hire some of the best people to join the Go Daddy family."
-Michael Zimmerman, CFO, GoDaddy.com

Headquarters - Atlanta

Executive Summits
1 Glenlake Parkway, 16th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30328 USA
1-404-220-8700